Photoblogs

[Photos] Getting my Hobbiton Hustle on

A photo series of the most adorable movie set ever! Hobbiton is a place to visit even if you aren’t a Lord of the Rings fan. I was fascinated by seeing the movie set because I am in the industry, but TBH anyone and everyone would have a
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7 Reasons to Visit New Zealand in Spring

Why visit New Zealand during the spring off-season: September, October and November? If you think it’s only worth going to New Zealand during the summer or winter, think again. Spring is one of the most beautiful times to see the country,
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[Photos] Day of the Dead in Mexico

Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) in Oaxaca; a day to remember loved ones who have passed I heard it said we die two times. The first is that final breath and when nobody speaks our names aloud we die a second death  – Lift souls on the
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[Photos] Volcanoes and Hot Springs of Rotorua

Beautiful Photography of the Geo-Thermal Activity in the most Volcanic Town in New Zealand Rotorua is a geo-thermal wonderland. Encased by volcanoes, hot springs and explosive geysers and set amongst some of the most beautiful landscape in New
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Trashed Cars of the NT Photoblog

 Beautiful burnt out cars in the Northern Territory Everyone has a weird thing that they secretly like… For me it’s abandoned and graffitied things. I find a simple beauty in burnt out cars; the way the windows shatter into tiny
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Photos from the VIVID Festival of Light

Amazing Timelapse Photography from VIVID 2016 Every year I brave the bitter cold, rainy and windy weather to walk around Sydney Harbour for a couple of hours to check out VIVID festival. It’s easily one of my favourite free gigs that
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VIVID Light Festival Timelapse

Epic Photographs from VIVID Light, Music, Ideas Festival 2015 VIVID is one of my favourite festivals in Sydney, and it’s FREE. Every year in the miserable cold months, City of Sydney lights up with sound and movement. It brings everyone
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Nostalgic Photos from Glebe Tram Sheds

A Sydney relic, captured days before it was closed and locked down Rozelle Tram Depot was one of those mysterious, abandoned places that everyone had heard about, but only a few had actually been. Considered by some as a waste of space and a sad
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People of Cambodia: A Photo Essay

Photoblog: Way of Life in Cambodia I found Cambodian people to be some of the kindest and consistently happy in the world, and I know that I’m not alone in this thought. The children play in the streets and everyone helps each other out.
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Photos: Children of Cambodia

Anyone who’s been to Cambodia will understand that there is something special about the children there. Their smiles are infectious, their friendly demeanour rubs off on you. A lot of the children learn English in school and revel at the
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Colourful Cuba: A Photographic Rainbow

This article originally featured on The Poor Explorer Blog. Alluring, majestic Cuba. One of the most colourful and textured places to capture with a camera. Mess and madness in every corner, yet method to the madness.  As you scroll through you
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Beautiful Black and White Photos of Cuba

This article originally featured on The Poor Explorer Blog. WARNING: The following will make you want to go to Cuba, immediately.  Photographing Cuba was one of the easiest gigs I’ve ever had. This gorgeous country is like a well-trained
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Fun Photos from Magnetic Island

Magnetic Island: An Australian Wonderland Magnetic Island is alive with Australian birds and animals. I have never been to a place with such a high concentration of tame wildlife in such a small area before. There were thousands of semi-tame
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Breathtaking Photos from a Flight Over Taree

Fantastic Aerial Shots over Taree, Australia I had been pestering my family friend, Tez, for years to take me for a flight in his little passenger plane. He’s an aviation mechanic in Taree and owns a vintage Auster plane that is actually
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